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qualifying for the next round as well. chile knocking out spain yesterday, and of course the host brazil still very much in this tournament. so world cup into full gear. >> some fans got out of hand, and there was security concerns how is brazil handling security. >> you are right. yesterday, in rio there were about over 80 chilean fans that stormed into the stadium, broke security, that was a fifa embarrassment, because fifa is in charge of security around the stadiums. the brazilians said they will step in, they will be providing more security. they say that was clearly very embarrassing. and now the brazilians say they will be raching up security about those 85 chillyians, the brazilian federal police said today that they must leave the country, by saturday, and they will not be allowed back in brazil until the end of the world cup. how are the games going so far. >> most of those problems have not materialized. there have not been any mas-transit strikes like we saw right before. there have not been major security breeches other than what we just spoke about at the stadium. and every
for the eastern areas of the u.s., as well. but spain is dry today and the northeast, new york city at 28 degrees, cooling down to the 20s 234 washington, d.c., as well. on the opposite side, dry conditions in california. a train derails thursday morning in the bottom of a landslide. currently, the railway service has resutured and the rain is now panning just the northern areas. temperatures are quite hot in the south. meanwhile, hot weather in most of japan today. r50e67ing 31 and 30 degrees in tokyo. meanwhile, this cold front will be quite low for the summer. only 15 degrees for the high. all right. finally, in brazil, three matches are set on your friday. it looks like it's wet and muggy your high could be 30 degrees and dry. your high could be 16 degrees with the low of 7. here's the extended forecast. >> that's all for this edition of "newsline." thanks for joining us. >> this is japan. the changing of the seasons makes for beautiful scenery and, at the same time, bestows all the bounties of the sea and mountains. people revere nature which has given birth to a unique food culture. japane
are watching "bbc world news america." still to come in tonight's program, spain's new king, felipe vi is sworn in with a call for his diverse country to unite. after two weeks underground, a german explorer who got stuck in a cave 3000 feet he has been rescued. the 52-year-old injured his head and a fall on june 8 -- in a fall on june 8. he was winched to safety in an operation involving 700 experts from five different countries. he is now recovering in hospital. >> finally, daylight. it has been inch by inch over 12 days. the researcher was slowly winched to the surface, up from a whole 1000 meters deep. into astrapped protective stretcher. when he emerged to the light, the helmet was removed, and his face finally felt the sun. the rescue team of more than 700 people came from five countries, experts in the dangerous depths of the earth. >> i had the joy is to do to let you know that the injured man has now arrived in a good state -- i have the joyous duty to let you know that the injured man has now arrived in a good state, and with that, we have fulfilled the operation. difficulty for rescu
. >> >>> felipe the 5th is now the king of spain he and his wife through through madrid before appearing in the royal palace accompanied by their two young daughters. he acknowledged a need to restore the monarchy's image >> the president gave the medal of honor to a veteran that saved a hand grenade blast the ceremony honored a 4-year-old. in 2010 he jumped on a live grenade during a fire fight and lost his right eye, most of his jaw, and suffers from a collapsed lung. he flat lined three times while doctors tended to him after the blast. >> i think marines were with me. if i close my eyes i can hear them cry as they bled out. >> the recovery, he won a marathon and now a student at university of south carolina. >> talk about a true hero. >> yes. >> my goodness >> coming up at 4:00 a close encounter with a brown bear. what one guy says this guy did next. >> and it's a thrill seeker's dream. how high and vast this record-breaking roller coaster goes. >> looking at lake tahoe, showing blue skies out to the sierra. will this last throughout the first weekend of summer? i'll have the accu-we
. >>> raising is about car control. rally racing is control. they are in spain on a track going through a town, a lot of variables here. this corner here, a couple bounce up and over the curb, but if you are not careful, it can catch you out. watch one guy get out of control, oscar, his co-drive, david. we've seen it done right. this is wrong. >> woah! >> got through it. >> he did get through it and held it around on two wheels. he's another angle. >> that is sick. >> looks like the car didn't sustain any damage. >> this guy looks like he stepped off the set of "the dukes of hazard" because watch this. in a race in estonia -- did he get through? he didn't wreck. that car goes through. that's a bmw skying that jump, nails the landing, and manages to carry the control all through the way the right-hander and keeps going. this is what it looked like from inside the car. that's like movie stunt style. hear the codriver giving instructions. here comes the jump up ahead. >> here's other cars over the jump. getting some air, but not the kind of distance that those guys got. the driver says that they
that plan will work. >> alfonsi: all right, thanks, anna. well, spain is still grieving after the national soccer team lost in the world cup, got a new king today. felipe vi wore a military uniform for his swearing in. he succeed his father after four decades on throne. though the king's role is largely symbolic, felipe, who is 46, promised a reinvigorated monarchy. harley is the king of the road, but is it still a harley if it doesn't sound like one? and a cave explorer is pulled to safety after one of the most complicated rescues ever when the cbs evening news continues. worse and worse.rthritis, i had intense joint pain that got then my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. enbrel helps relieve pain and stop joint damage. i've been on the course and on the road. enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whe
of their own. >>> these are eventful days in spain. first off they have a new king, philippe, son of juan carlos, became the new king when the head of the lower house of spain's parliament proclaimed long live the king, long live spain. king philippe's father juan carlos took the throne after francisco franco died back in '75. his son, the new king is 46, married to a former television journalist. now to the bad news, spain, the defending world cup champion, was eliminated from the world cup by chile. some in spain are despondent, some full-on angry and violent. spain will play once more but it won't be for the cup. >>> when we come back, the newest sensation in the world of cup. she's up against the best in the world at all of 11 years of age. she's still the one for you. and cialis for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment is right. cialis is also the only daily ed tablet approved to treat symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medicines, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take cialis if you t
arrested. >> ifill: spain swore in a new king today. felipe the sixth succeeds his 76-year-old father, juan carlos, who gave up the throne after nearly 40 years in power. felipe was formally proclaimed the new monarch during a ceremony in parliament. although he wields no executive power, the king promised a reinvigorated monarchy for new times. >> woodruff: stocks on wall street saw very little movement today. the dow jones industrial average gained nearly 15 points to close at 16,921; the nasdaq fell three points to close at 4,359; the s&p 500 added two points to close at 1,959. still to come on the newshour. the president's decision to send military advisers to iraq. a trial that could lead to big changes for college athletics. from education to jobs, closing racial gaps in wisconsin's capital. a fresh look at the fight over gay rights. and one marine's story of courage and selflessness in his own words. >> ifill: president obama announced today that he will be sending up to 300 military advisors to protect u.s. interests in iraq but pushed again for the country's leaders to come up with
versus the gorgeous new queen of spain. they even dress alike. >>> then, the return of kate gosselin. >> yes. >> mom. >> the sextuplets are turning 10. >> this is not fair. >> your first look at her big
. it was the ouster of yanukovych that sparked deadly unrest in the first place. crowds,on by large spain's king philip the sixth started his reign by leaning to clean up corruption. it has boosted the popularity of the royal family. role,largely a symbolic but his supporters hope the king will unite the country and repair the damage done to the reputation of the tour -- the troubled royal household. here is more about this pneumonic -- this new monarch. many stood by as his -- he stood by as a boy when his father was sworn in in 1975. the crown prince and earned his stripes as a helicopter pilot, army and naval commander, proving he had both brains and brawn. he followed up a law degree with a masters in international relations at georgetown university in washington. french,uent in english, and cut the lawn, along with spanish. but it was not -- andcatalan, along with spanish. in 2004, he married a commoner. was one of the country's best-known tv journalists of the 1990's. the couple had two daughters. away from family life, his passion is sailing. philippe a was flag bearer for the olympic ya
in the trade to greet spain is for the first time as their king. thousands turned out to catch a glimpse of the new head of state and his family. this money was kept low key because of the economic crisis. his ascension to the throne was a solemn occasion. >> he took the oaths of office earlier in the day. in front of spanish legislators, he swore to protect democracy. his father had abdicated after nearly four decades on the throne. his last act as king was to make his son head of the armed forces. opinion is divided in spain on fully pay -- on phillipe and the monarchy. >> i was very out of my king. i will be proud of my king. >> we are suffering from a lack of democracy in spain. we cannot choose the leadership of the nation. there has been enormous corruption in the royal family. >> many spaniards are hoping the new king will also bring a new era. at 46, he is the youngest king in europe. observers see him as modest and reserved. his wife is the first commoner queen of spain. he will have to work hard to restore the monarchy's reputation, but he has promised to spanish people that wi
. maria, appreciate it, spain's new king was quick to try and bring a fractured country together after years of economic turmoil, crown prison felipe was sworn in to succeed his father. the core nation ceremony was slower than usual. the public has been critical of the former kings expensive vacations while more than a quarter of spaniards are unemployed. uruguay has put itself in the best possible position to stay in this world cup. they defeated england, go-1. wow. now fans have to wait for the outcome of tomorrow's costa rica, italy match, to decide who advances. england is the second cooker power house to be eliminated from this year's world cup, spain lost to chile yesterday. gabriel alison drove where the match just wrapped up, what is the latest? >> thousands of fans pouring out of the stadium that you see behind me, england fans obviously very very disappointed. the your guyian fans ecstatic, it was a very cold day, cold temperatures but it was hot inside that stadium with excitement, this was billed as a classic, must win, for both teams. and it delivered what it was expected
was arrested in spain, recruiting for the islamic state of iraq and syria, the terrorist group that's currently rampaging through both syria and iraq. i urge my colleagues to support this amendment, stand up for your honor as a co-equal branch, stand up for our national country, stand up for the safety of your constituents. i reserve the balance of my time. the chair: the gentleman reserves the balance of his time. for what purpose does the gentleman from indiana seek recognition? mr. visclosky: mr. chairman, i rise to seek time in opposition to the gentleman's amendment. the chair: the gentleman is recognized for five minutes. mr. visclosky: i appreciate the recognition. the gentleman would have a restriction -- and i would point out -- after today's vote this would now be the fifth restriction relative to the detainees at guantanamo bay. while the gentleman suggests that it's not a permanent ban, it's a mantra of, let's do nothing. these are human beings, whether we want to admit that or not, and to simply continue after 13 years to do nothing is wrong. we are a nation of laws. i believe the
-an-hour. the crash killed one and injured three other people. >>> and spain has a new king. his father gave up the throne to make way for what he called a new generation. spain is in the middle of a recession with unemployment nearing 26%. the core nation comes a day after spain lost its chance to win back-to-back world cups and was ousted. >>> nor now on news that broke earlier. the house g.o.p. conference elected the majority whip kevin mccarthy as its new majority leader. mccarthy will take over from the current leader, eric cantor. cantor lost his primary, forcing a stunning shakeup for the g.o.p. leadership. trace gallagher mass here from los angeles. kevin mccarthy is the first majority leader from california and the youngest at 49 years old. lives in bakersfield, california, which is 100 miles east and north of los angeles, and he comes back to bakersfield every week where his wife and his son and daughter live, and kevin mccarthy is a guy who is in d.c. he sleeps on a couch in his office. he grew up in bakers field, attended cal state, and married his high school sweet earth, and those
transportation and riding their bikes today. why folks are leaving their cars in park. >> and spain has a new king this morning. how the country's first family kept its distance from the scandal. >> hi, i'm meteorologist lawrence karnow in the kpix 5 weather center. the sea breeze is back and so is fog at the coast. a little hazy outside right now. what does it mean for the end of spring? we'll talk about that coming up. ,,,,,, did you remember to pay the dog sitter? yeah, citi mobile. and deposit that check? citi mobile. pack your bathing suit? wearing it. niiice bank from almost anywhere with the citi mobile app. ruler today... king felipe the sixth has taken power fm his father who abdicated the throne earlier this month. music plays... spain's national anthem held >>> spain has a new ruler, king felipe vi took power after his father abdicated this month. spain's national anthem ushered in the country's new king. the crown prince felipe officially took over at midnight. his father tearfully resigned ending his 39-year reign after a series of scandals and poor health. many hope the younger
champions spain were facing each other. >> there is so much going on, i have never been anywhere quite so international, where you have so many different nation all over the world. >> down the street, we join a group watching the australian netherlands match. it's a critical hour. >> we will win, it is too old. unfortunately, their good luck charm wasn't enough to keep them in the tournament. from nigeria to japan -- >> as promised we want to take you the white house, with the medal of honor ceremony is about to begin, they are playing right now, hail to the chief, which is a symbol that the president has just entered the room. if you would, please pray with me. almighty god, we pause at the beginning of this event, to ask fur your presence in this place. allow your spirit to move among all of us gathered here, that as we give honor to one who demonstrated the virtues of which this nation was founded, we would be reminded again of your grace, that has allowed this country it's freedoms that so many like corporal kyle carpenter have sacrificed to defend. god, we would ask that you would he
of the sales will go to dempsey's hometown food bank in texas. >>> yesterday's world cup showdown between spain and chile was sold out. >> but that didn't stop about 100 chile fans from trying to bust their way in. they even broke down a makeshift wall. apparently the fans thought they could get through to the stands. police arrested about 85 of those fans. chile went ton to stun spain, 2-nil, eliminating the defending world cup champions from contention. >> good idea, potentially. didn't really work out for them. a devastating blow for portugal could end up being the u.s.' best defense come sunday. doctors are warning that portugal's star forward, cristiano reynaldo should sit out of the world cup or risk permanent damage to his knee. reynaldo reportedly told his doctor, quote, i'm the one who decides if i'm playing or not. we'll have to wait until sunday to find out. kick off is at 3:00 p.m. >>> well, pele, reynaldo, want to know what your brazilian soccer name star should be? >> i know where you're going with this, unfortunately, so will you. we'll show you what we're talking about, coming u
in spain, crown prince felipe becomes king. and safe at last an injured explorer is rescued from germany's deepest cave after 12 days underground. plus, marching to their own beat the former child soldiers get ago i fresh start in the democratic republic of congo. ♪ ♪ >>> it is still unclear how washington will respond to iraq's request for air strikes against sunni rebels. there is increasing pressure on prime minister nouri al-maliki to resign to help unify the country. meanwhile, the iraqi army has taken back control of the country's biggest oil refinery a report with the latest. >> reporter: fighters from the islamic state in iraq and the levant are heading towards baghdad. other sunni groups link today the former leader sadam hussein are also taking part in this rebellions against the government. iraqi authorities are asking the united states to help push them back. >> what the united states is doing is about iraq. it is not about maliki. and nothing that the president decides to do is going to be focused specifically on prime minister maliki. it is focused on the people of iraq
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of year. >> for the first time in four decades, spain has a new king. handling over power in parliament, and the family appeared on the balcony of the royal palace, and the proceedings are described as a stair. the new monarch hopes to make progress with the recession and soaring unemployment. coming up, we'll be right back. >> welcome back to aljazeera america. i'm del walters in new york, and these are the headlines at this hour. in about an hour, the president is said to make a statement about the growing conflict in iraq, and it comes after the prime minister asked the u.s. for help after the sunni-led rebellion in the country. the president's remarks are at 12:30 eastern time this afternoon. >>> the house republicans are set to vote for a new majority leader this afternoon after eric cantor steps down in july. >>> bananas are beings threatened by a fungus, already affecting trade in indonesia and mall asia, and scientists in belgium are trying to prevent the disease that could wipe out the entire industry. >> today it's a single variety, it looks good on supermarket shelves, but it
is the biggest sports story? a no-hitter in baseball? or spain, defending world cup champions knocked out of contention. we will cover both of those stories next. coming up after the break, harley-davidson is going to make an e. electric, electric motorcycle. how will it sounds? when folks think about what they get from alaska, they think salmon and energy. but the energy bp produces up here creates something else as well: jobs all over america. engineering and innovation jobs. advanced safety systems & technology. shipping and manufacturing. across the united states, bp supports more than a quarter million jobs. when we set up operation in one part of the country, people in other parts go to work. that's not a coincidence. it's one more part of our commitment to america. but with less ergy, moodiness, i had to do something. i saw mdoctor. a blood test showed it was low testosterone, not age. we talked about axiron the onlynderarm low t treaent that can restore t vels to normal in about two weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18 or men with prostate or
,000 feet underground. >>> spain as a new king. felipe the 6th took over the crown at a ceremony in madrid today. he seched the sash from his father, juan carlos. he was formally proclaimed monarch. the 46-year-old became king after his father abdicated the throne. >>> more than 85 soccer fans were detained after they stormed through a security checkpoint before a world cup match in rio de janeiro. the fans knocked down a wall in a media room as they tried to reach the grandstand. they wanted to see the soldout spain versus chile match. security staff finally cut the group off in a hallway. chile went on to beat spain, eliminating the world cup champions in group play. that was shocking. spain is out. >>> facebook back up and running after suffering a worldwide outage overnight. the interruption occurred around 4:00 eastern time and lasted about 30 minutes. user of the world's most popular media site were greeted with the message, sorry, something went wrong. we're working on getting this fixed as soon as we can. the outage impacted the site and its app. no word on what caused the disconne
spain repeat at the world cup. >> happening? >> you won't be. they lost yesterday. two losses will not move on to the next round. >> we have one injury. portugal has their injury with ronaldo. we don't know if he will play or not. >>> throngs of people have been traveling to brazil for the world cup competition there. this guy caught our attention. why? because it took him two years on a horse. yeah. fell lip who is from brazil rode more than 8,000 miles from calgary, canada, to brazil. he left the camp grounds with two horses, picked up a third in new mexico, called it dude, traveled through ten countries, encountered a grizzly bear in montana. has a degree in journalism, has documented his trip. we're told he's about 1,000 kilometers away from sao paolo where he will be greeted by his family and friends. >> he is impressive. i'm impressed by the horses. they did all the work. just saying. >> you sit in a saddle for two years, fella, and then we'll talk. >>> also in some sports news, we know that this is a story we've been watching at this hour. it would appear the ball is in
their privacy. and spain has had enough of drunk and unruly tourists. it is summer in europe. the weather is mild, and that means several boats set sail every day from libya in northern africa carrying hundreds of refugees. they are headed for europe in what are often hopelessly overcrowded vessels not fit for see. last year, one such vote sank off the italian island of lampedusa, and hundreds were killed -- one such boat sank. to prevent the tragedy from happening again, italian authorities have launched a mission where several italian navy ships patrolled the mediterranean sea to assist refugee boats i in distress -- in distress. our reporter got a look at one of the vessels and brought back this report. >> a quick boat ride out, you can already see the italian navy ship that is the operations center for a humanitarian mission. with a bit less than we expected, we entered the belly of the 130-meter long landing craft. at the helm as the captain. the course is in the direction of libya, a distance of 220 nautical miles or about a 14-hour trip. the commander has been doing this commute be
newspaper is describing spain's shocking world cup loss to chile. the defending champs are now eliminated from later rounds and that excitement unfortunately turned violent when hundreds of chilean fans stormed the stadium pushing over a wall to get into the stands. 85 were arrested. the action resumes today with all three matches on our sister network, espn. >>> and finally, imagine you're enjoying a relaxing day on the golf course when this happens, a drug suspect in a pickup truck comes racing through leading police on a high-speed chase right into the fairway. golfers scrambling out of the way as the truck and several squad cars tore up the grass. the suspect was arrested a short time later but those officers are now being investigated for possibly violating protocol. this from our clever producer, maybe they should have gone to the driving range instead. >> oh. >> see, i had to contribute that one. >> i was wondering if you were going to read that or not. >> that's why i stated that. thanks, ken. >> lots of new hazards on that course. >> let's go over to robin. >> i love how she thre
charges including seven counts of possession of a machine gun. >>> spain's new king took part in the first official act of his reign today. king philip vi received the red sash of the captain general of the arms forces from his father juan carlos. the ceremony took place shortly before he was formally proclaimed monarch. he became king after the stepping down of his father. >>> forget the sand traps, water has orders, golfers were faced with this. the unimaginable danger, there take a look. a police chase several police cruisers chasing a pickup truck right down the fairway. the suspect was wanted on stolen property and drug charges. after the chase, parentally officers are in trouble for not yelling fore! no one was hurt. >> a lot of people would have gone for that one, natalie. >> yeah. >> all is fine. >> even i wouldn't do that one. >> meanwhile, spain's new king philippe, first thing he did after being crowned king is -- fire the soccer team, all of them. can you believe they're done? >> can you believe it? >> defending champs, out. >> unbelievable. all things lead to soccer for you th
. >> chile knocked off defending champ spain. >> before that match, chilean without tickets busted into the stadium. >> amazon introduced its own smartphone. after you hang up with someone, the phone suggests other people you might want to call. >> pick your booty up make your calves long and -- high heels on a woman. >> i mean i can work out all day. >> and all that matters. >> the u.s. patent office ruled the washington redskins name is disparaging to native americans and cancelled the team's trademarks. >> it's just a matter of time before daniel snyder is forced to do the right thing and change the name. >> on "cbs this morning." >> hillary clinton says she has not yet decided to run for president in 2016. >> all she knows, she's doing town halls on her nationwide book tour with a giant bus that says "ready for hillary." it could mean anything. >> this morning's eye-opener is presented by toyota. let's go places. captioning funded by cbs ted by toyota. let's go places. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." good morning, norah. >
to watch the match against spain. without tickets to get in, they tore down fences and damaged the media center. the fans were stopped by military police before getting into the stands. at least 85 people were arrested. chile, by the way, beat spain, 2-0, essentially knocking them out of the world cup. >>> happening now -- awesome. that's what the youngest qualifier in the history of the u.s. women's open is saying about her experience. pam cook is in the studio now with a look at this local golfer's incredible story. it's happening in north carolina. >> she's just 11 years old. lucy li from redwood shores. she's getting a lot of attention. right now, she's playing in the u.s. women's open. she's doing pretty well. she just finished up her 11th hole. she has a bogey, double bogey but she has a birdie. she's 7 over par. not bad. i would think she's pretty nervous but in a news conference yesterday, the 11- year-old looked and sounded pretty relaxed. >> i just want to go out there and have fun and play the best i can and i really don't care about the outcome. i want to have fun and learn.
. >> spain lose to go chile in the world cup. i'll have the details later. >> spines new king promised to be a monarach for new times. the man narc and his wife greeted crowds. he pledged to unify the country and work with its political leaders. he paid tribute to his father's legacy. >> almost 40 years ago my father said that he wanted to be the king of all the spanish people. he has been that. he called on us to be part of a project of national agreement, which has resulted in the best years of our contemporary history. >> spanish journalists and author said felipe has struck the right tone on his first day of king. >> i think he is beginning of restoring the prestige of the man arcky. humility is a good place to start. many people believe that has been lacking. the fact he refers to transparency is important, most people want to see transparency, knowing what is going on in that family. it's a clever move on the part of the new king. he is more of his mother's son than his father's son. i think it will be very natural for him to show these austere outwards that people demand. >> rus
in the green as spain welcomes a new king, eliminated from the world cup. that was crazy. road map begins with the market. s&p at the new high claims setting the stage for for another move. blackberry up 12% after better than expected results, but could new competition from amazon's phone be a head wind? fight is on with insurgents over the oil refinery. oil this morning at a nine-month high. first up, jobless claims fell more than expected last week, down 6,000. this one day after the s&p hit that new record and the fed said it expects gradual improvement in the labor market over time. earlier on "squawk box" this morning, larry spoke about what he sees ahead for the u.s. markets. >> i think the markets are more fair priced here. the central bank is further along, the u.s. economy is further along. i would not expect to see large price increases in equities over the next year or so unless we see corporate earnings continue to do better. >> we actually had a great discussion about yellen herself who he argues is more dovish than ber nan ki was and discounted her. >> i think that fink was
, thank you. >>> still to come here in "the newsroom," the reigning world cup champs are out! can spain's shocking loss give hope to an upset minded u.s. team? we sure hope so. cnn amanda davies is covering is all in brazil. that's next. >> reporter: hi, poppy. yes the usa have gone from the group g underdogs to the ones to watch here in brazil, the coach says they're going to go even better. i'll be here with a live report from sao paulo in just a couple of minutes. ♪ [ male announcer ] if you can't stand the heat, get off the test track. get the mercedes-benz you've been burning for at the summer event, going on now at your authorized mercedes-benz dealer. hurry, before this opportunity cools off. ♪ ♪ sweet, sweet, st. thomas nice ♪ ♪ so nice, so nice ♪ st. croix full of pure vibes ♪ so nice, so nice ♪ st. john a real paradise ♪ so nice, so nice ♪ proud to be from the virgin islands ♪ ♪ and the whole place nice [ female announcer ] to experience your virgin islands nice, book one of our summer packages today. >>> soccer fans here are not just celebrating the u.
. i'm sold! a "selling machine!" ready for you alert, only at bill: spain's king phillipe sworn in as the country's leader after his father abdicated the throne. attorneys for dzhokhar tsarnaev say he cannot get a fair trial in boston and should be tried in d.c. it doesn't look like june in which. they thought they would be get something sun and they didn't even pack warm clothing. martha: more wild weather in the midwest. a massive funnel cloud hitting a town in south dakota. we have been seeing these all week. that's the latest video from the heartland. a twister that passed through the central part of that state that damaged homes and businesses. as the tornado sirens rang out people rushed to cover. >> what he huddled together and prayed to get through this and we did. god was on our side through this and we'll get through this because everything else is just material. and my family is alive. that's all that matters. martha: such inspiration from the people who have been through these horrific situations. mike tobin is on the ground. what are you seeing? >> reporter: t
and lookers before the child and spain match. it was mostly fans from chile who did not have tickets and forced their way and the media center that only had one guard. more gars -- guards showed up and the game it self was a stunner, with reigning champion spain losing 2-0 to chile. yesterday afternoon, at the soccer bar on mission, patrons packed the bar to watch. the netherlands topped australia and croatia shut out cameroon. >> here are fans showing us their world cup pride a brother and sister ready to play. here is the young man rooting for average attend -- argentina. you can mail your photos to or upload through through our news app. >> espn is carrying today's world cup matches live columbia plays ivory coast at 9:00 a.m. and uruguay and england at noon. >>> washington, dc, lawmakers want to increase what it will cost to fill your gas tank with reaction now from bay area drivers. >> a local golfer is playing the biggest game if her career but this morning not everyone is clearing on the fact they have playing. >>> we can see the sun is up and, also, the clo
the bases in the 7th. a's have the best record in baseball, they win 4-2. >>> world cup shocker spain is out. give me vargas in front! plays for chile. chile ousts spain, 2-nil. they can celebrate. and we'll end with a little magic from the major leagues last night. sterling night for clayton kershaw of the dodgers tossed his first no-hitter of his career. this against colorado. we have 15 strikeouts in the game. kershaw the second dodger with a no-no this year and if that isn't enough, dodgers start today just 4 games behind san francisco in the west. that is sports at this hour. oh, but i'll be back later on today at 6:00. >>> thank you, vern. today's play of the day, it an encore another look. we got dodger, we got rockies, l.a.'s clayton kershaw striking out rockies cory dickerson for his first career no-hitter. an error in the 7th inning, otherwise could have been a perfect game. kershaw had a career-high 15 strikeouts in the game. and we had to give him the play of the day even though he is a dodger. >> even though. >> pretty impressive. your play of the day. the no, no. >>> it is 6:25
. the and and they were arrested after forcing their way into a stadium to watch the match against spain. [ [crowd noise] >> it was wild and without tickets to get in they tore down fences and damaged the media center. those fansswere stopped by and they locked them out and it did come back online about a half hour later. users signed error messages and many people on twitter tried to joke about it and face book had am alarming tensions. >>> the quick thinking actions of a tree trimmer that saved their lives. >>> and good. >>> who, we are looking at a commute which is very busy especially in san francisco, highway four has a little bit of slow traffic as well and we will tell you more strayed -- straight ahead. >>> and we have the fog coming back and the lows are running too, we will tell you what to do. female announcer: don't miss sleep train's 4th of july sale. save $300 on beautyrest and posturepedic. plus, pay no interest for 36 months on tempur-pedic and icomfort. sleep train's 4th of july sale is on now. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ . >>> welcome back workers in sunnyvale are wor
taking over the north. spain celebrates its new monarch. -- felipe vixth calls for unity following his proclamation as king. he replaces his father after 40 years on the throne, but that is not the only spanish rain coming to an end. it is all over for the spanish world cup champ, crashing out of the tournament after two straight losses to brazil. also coming up, more train drivers across france are giving up the fight against the country's rail company sn cs, but the strike is slowing, not stopping yet. faced with a still nice day of travel,. that is forcing people to find other ways of getting around. that will push for a new initiative of paris' bike sharing program, expanding to bicycles for kids. minister vows to teach a lesson to the strong -- to the islamist of chemists taken over much of the north. his government has now asked united states to help by launching airstrikes. isis fighters have been attacking elite regards to defend the biggest or the y to the north of baghdad. isis seems to control most of .he complex but iraqi officials say they still have control of the site. a
the symbol mrk and will begin trading today. the world cup and barbecuing is an issue in chile. beat spaine yesterday, they asked soccer fans not to have a traditional barbecue at home. authorities say that after last friday's game against australia, barbecues almost caused an environmental emergency in san filling the city. the world's biggest cosmetic makers getting bigger. nyx the company is having a strong year even in markets where it has not done well recently. >> southern europe is back in southern europe had a difficult six years. spain, portugal, italy, greece were very top. -- these arery countries where we were very strong so it affected us very much for six years. for the first time in the first quarter, for the first time in is years, the market there flat and we are positive. onthat does it for us today "in the loop." republicans are likely to pick california congressman kevin mccarthy as the new house majority leader today and he will replace eric cantor who lost in a primary race last week. stay with bloomberg for full coverage leading up to a special edition of
costs turns to food banks. a "new york times," renewable energy in spain is taking a beating. .. >> i think you have to acknowledge that in terms of the treatment in this medical analogy hydrocarbon policy has been the equivalent of medieval bloodletting. it has not worked. it is not constraining emissions in world markets, and it -- there are two things that you have to notice. there is already a market- developed -- market developed not only to argue against taking action with respect to carbon but a market developed in setting up these financial trading desks that trade carbon that want to lobby to undertake this option. it is a strong and a large industry right now, and there are interest groups pushing for this as a solution that, in fact, will not work. >> senator. >> thank you, mr. chairman. i am going to go to the epa administrators. thank you for your service. i have a chart of u.s. gdp since the great depression in 1929. president johnson signed the first clean air act into law in 1963. it was amended in 1970 and 77 as indicated on the chart. i would just like to get a quick
. >> thanks, leyla gulen. next, a new king of spain is proclaimed and what he is promising. >> firefighters on alert with the fourth of july around the corner are our favorite kind of what's your favorite kind of cheerios? honey nut. but... chocolate is my other favorite... but apple cinnamon is my favorite too... and fruity... oh yeah, and frosted! okay, but...what's you're most favorite of all? the kind i have with you. me too. it's the yoplait greek taste-off and we are asking the music city which 100-calorie strawberry greek yogurt is the next big thing. i'm a random lady with a table full of yogurt. want some greek yogurt? can i ask you a question? tell us what tastes best. this one is definitely the winner. that one is good. a is great. yoplait greek 100! that's the stuff right there. you want to see which one yoplait greek beat? chobani yes! yoplait greek wins again. take the taste-off for yourself! it is a beautiful day for yogurt. >>> covering daly city, los gatos and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >>> welcome back. it is official: spain has a new king. huge crowds are gather
the best record in baseball, they win 4-2. >>> world cup shocker spain is out. give me vargas in front! plays for chile. chile ousts spain, 2-nil. they can celebrate. and we'll end with a little magic from the major leagues last night. sterling night for clayton kershaw of the dodgers tossed his first no-hitter of his career. this against colorado. we have 15 strikeouts in the game. kershaw the second dodger with a no-no this year and if that isn't enough, dodgers start today just 4 games behind san francisco in the west. that is sports at this hour. oh, but i'll be back later on today at 6:00. >>> 5:25 right now. an oakland teenager declared brain-dead but her family is keeping all hope alive. this morning, we have exclusive new information about jahi mcmath. >> google is making a push to try to attract more women into high-tech. i'm kiet do. we have a live report coming up. ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, this is the "name your price" tool. it gives you options based on your budget -- it's a piece of cake. i was told there would be cake. get a free quote at weather ad libs >
the u.s. to launch airstrikes against the isis fighters taking over the north. spain celebrates its new monarch. -- felipe vixth calls for unity following his proclamation as king. he replaces his father after 40 years on the throne, but that is not the only spanish rain coming to an end. it is all over for the spanish world cup champ, crashing out of the tournament after two
to the peninsula but traffic is moving along just fine. >>> next a new king of spain is proclaimed and what he is promising. >> firefighters are on alert with the fourth of july around the corner. are fireworks worth the risk? leader is the tech byte stories. >> amazon smartphone is here, the fire has four extra cameras, reading where your face is to give you 3-d affect. another feature is the ability to recognize everything by looking at it with the camera or hearing it. it puts the items directly in your amazon shopping cart. >>> apple has unveiled a new entry level i-mac with a 21.5" screen start at $1,100. facebook is up and running after a brief global outage with millions of users left with error message and it affected the website and yap for half an hour. >> facebook is taking on snap spa which the with self destructive video app. sling hot is different because users can not see what the friends post until they send out an image. those are the tech >>> covering novato, oakland, sunnyvale and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >>> good morning, a thursday at 4:41 and a look at the emb
to fight to protect millions of dollars and profits. >> a subdued ceremony, spain divided over whether to abolish the monarchy. >> good morning, welcome to to you. >> iraqi officials staving off an assault on the oil refinery today. >> isil attacked the plant wednesday. workers were evacuated while government forces battled the rebels. >> congress will keep them informed on iraq but not seek their approval to act. washington's cooperation could come at the expense of iraqi prime minister al-malaki now under fire on several fronts. randall pinkston joining us live from washington. where does prime minister malaki stand with the u.s. government? >> some congressional leaders, including senate democratic dyan feinstein are calling for al-malaki to step aside. the obama administration has not yet gone that far, but president obama has made clear that in order for al-malaki to receive assistance in the u.s., he must change the way he governs. >> president obama held a closed door meeting with congressional leaders, updating them on his plans for iraq. in a statement, the white house said th
.s. military intervention. >>> and the new king of spain. felipe vi takes over for his father. the crowds are at royal palace in madrid. >>> amazon is moving into the smart phone world. >> going head to head with apple and samsung in an attempt to light up the world market. with features like 3d, here's the question. will this device trap the retail industry? >>> it's midday here in london. 7:00 a.m. washington, 2:00 p.m. baghdad. with the iraqi capital under growing threat of advancing militants. the government is now calling on the u.s. to support its fight against the insurgents. president obama has told congress he doesn't need their approval to take military action in iraq. rebels are tightening their grip on northern and eastern areas this. comes after isis overran mosul last week. many have fled the area. we take you live there now with yalda. >> reporter: i've been on the outskirts of the autonomous region the last few days. i don't know if you can see the traffic behind me. this is cars going back to mosul surprisingly where the militants are. there are also cars coming to look f
killings. >>> and spain is greeting a new king after an extraordinary transfer of power. king juan carlos stepped down after four decades on the throne handing over the royal sash to his 46-year-old u.s. educated son felipe. felipe's wife is a former journalist and commoner. they have two young daughters. juan carlos said he wanted to let some younger blood help rally the country out of economic doldrums. >>> and speaking of spain, there's plenty of criticism of its national soccer team. the defending world cup champions were defeated by chile yesterday, 2-0. it was spain's second loss of the tournament, and it means they have no chance of advancing. spain finishes their world cup campaign monday with a meaningless match against australia. >>> and before that match in rio, about 100 chilean fans without tickets busted into the stadium and broke down the temporary wall of a media room. they were trying to get into the stands but failed. security corraled them all into one area. they were arrested there. they're waking up this morning in jail and will be deported. >> i hope it was worth it.
of them with no tickets. those spain fans with tickets? maybe they didn't want them either. chile shuts out top-ranked spain with two goals. it's the first time a reigning champ is knocked out of the world cup after just two matches. yeah, my bracket is dead. >>> the netherlands barely holding on to beat ahs rail wra. the aussies 2-1 lead did not last long. the dutch sinking two more goals for the win and clinching a spot in the knockout stage. a one-sided game from cameroon. an early red card for cameroon for throwing his elbow. what are you doing there? right on another player's back. cameroon has to play a man down. croatia gets the win 4-0. >>> it was a seattle feud. cornerback richard sherman and receiver phil bates came to blows. it was asome practice play. a little preseason, my friends. what are you doing? >> aim ji van dyken is headed rehab after a freak atv accident that left her paralyzed from the waist down. she spent 12 days at an arizona hospital after severing her spinal cord. van dyken, as you see right there, in good spirits saying "i'm so thankful to be alive." >>> mee
. >>> at the world cup the defending champions are finished. spain, winners of the 2010 cup, fall to chile, 2-0. the shocking outcome falls to spain's 5-1 loss to netherlands in the opener and eliminates spain in the knockout round. it touched off a celebration. the victory also assured chile a spot in the knockout round. >>> when we return, conflict on the course. why the world's number one golfer doesn't think a sixth grader should tee off at the u.s. women's open today. grader should tee off at the women's u.s. open today. it could hurt your teeth. me tha my dentist has told me your enamel is wearing away, and that sounded really scary to me, and i was like well can you fix it, can you paint it back on, and he explained that it was not something that grows back, it's kind of a one-time shot and you have to care for it. he told me to use pronamel. it's going to help protect the enamel in your teeth. it allows me to continue to drink my coffee and to eat healthier, and it was a real easy switch to make. worst morning ever. [ angelic music plays ] ♪ toaster strudel! best morning ever! [ han
fallen. spain, the dominant global soccer power for the past six years, was eliminated from world cup contention with a 2-0 loss to chile. spain's second loss, after any hope of advancing. prior to this disastrous trip to brazil the spanish side had seemed unstoppable. spain won the european championships in 2008 and 2012, in addition to the 2010 world cup. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. the man who says he's audrie pott's father. speaks out -- only to kron 4. how he says he is being unfairly left out of the efforts. to seek justice for his daughter. and we're watching the weather this morning. here are the big stories we're working on for you this morning. a bay area piano teacher has been charged for allegedly molesting three students. 28 year old brian butts of danville is a substitute teacher at the music-art studio in daly city. investigators say he inappropriately touched three girls. a 15 year old and two 13 year olds. while the school's owner was abroad. butts is being held on one point five million dollars bail. a petaluma family is searching for their missing father
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